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The Twenty-Fifth battalion, Alabama cavalry.
The Twenty-fifth battalion was sometimes called Mead's battalion.
Capt. L. G. Mead commanded a company which operated very effectively in north Alabama and Tennessee in the summer and fall of 1862.
He afterward raised a number of companies, and his men were spoken of as most reckless and daring.
They were formed into battalions, the Alabama companies being consolidated into the Twenty-fifth battalion, in March, 1864, under the command of Maj. Miles E. Johnston, and serving in the neighborhood of the Tennessee river.
They surrendered at Huntsville, May 11, 1865.
Extracts from official war Records.
Vol. XVI, Part 2—（758) August 15, 1862, ordered to operate in north Alabama and Tennessee, and report to nearest Confederate commander. (781) General Bragg's order, Chattanooga, Tenn., August 26, 1862.
The following assignment of cavalry is announced: Crawford's, Mead's and Allen'